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January 21, 2013 - St. Agnes, Virgin & Martyr
A Reader Writes: "We are Fully Acquainted with the Story of Ousted Pseudo-SSPX Prior Doran
Fellay Is about as Popular amongst Traditional Catholics Here in Australia as the Plague!"
From: Norman (Australia)
Fr. James Doran, Australia Prior for the Pseudo-SSPX
Now Virtually Expelled by Fellay
For Continuing to Espouse Archbishop Lefebvre's Traditional Catholic Principles
The Prior Understood that He Would Probably Be Ousted
Just Like the Other Clergy Ousted or Expelled by Fellay
As In Fact Happened because Doran Remained Silent
And Would Not Become a Full-Throated Sycophant to Fellay
Dear TRADITIO Fathers:
We here in Melbourne, Australia, are fully acquainted with the story of Australian Prior James Doran, whom Bernie Fellay has now essentially expelled from the Pseudo-SSPX for continuing to espouse Archbishop Lefebvre's traditional Catholic principles. Fr. Doran celebrated the Traditional Latin Mass most diligently and took his time in all things liturgical, ensuring great reverence amongst the community. He is an excellent preacher and has motivated many attendees to greater devotion through his teaching of the traditional Catholic Faith and its history.
Fr. Doran came here with his eyes open. He realized that Fellay was unable to maintain the loyalty of his clergy here and had in fact transferred in and out some twenty priests. Prior Doran thus understood that he would probably be ousted just like the others -- as in fact happened because he remained silent and would not become a full-throated sycophant to Fellay. Because Fr. Doran was well liked here, he posed a threat to Fellay, who is not liked. When Fellay visited here, he acted rudely toward our congregation.
Fellay had perpetuated a situation in which his congregation would participate in invalid Novus Ordo "reconciliations" and associate with Novus Ordo organizations like the Fraternity of St. Peter, unCatholic practices that Prior Doran was trying to turn around. Fellay had tried to implement a living arrangement at the Pseudo-SSPX school here that would have put students at grave risk, especially in these "paedophile" times. Fr Doran wrote a critique of this proposal and asked for action, but Fr. Doran was attacked by Fellay for pointing out the risk to the students.
Those in the United States being dunned by Fellay to contribute a replacement seminary in Virginia should take heed from our experience here. Fellay made promises to Fr. Doran concerning land acquisitions and development at the school, but later admitted that there were no funds and that the idea was, in effect, "pie in the sky."
In short, Bernie Fellay is about as popular amongst traditional Catholics here as the plague! Because of the high turnover of priests here, I wonder whether this is a symptom of Fellay's mismanagement of his Pseudo-SSPX or is whether it is a deliberate destabilization strategy on Fellay's part.